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During a hazard assessment, the physical characteristics of a hazard are evaluated to determine the potential impact on the overall level of risk of a facility. The hazard’s inherent potential for causing property loss is analyzed as are any protective measures which may be in place to minimize this potential.
A fire risk assessment is a comprehensive study of the hazards which have the potential for causing property loss at a facility and the protective measures, both private and public, which have the potential for reducing the loss. This assessment usually includes an attempt to quantify the level of risk at a facility. One example is the prediction of probable maximum loss (PML).
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